BIOS Flash step by step explained for windows

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  1. Tobias Tobler

    Tobias Tobler New Member

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    by Customer Care UDOO

    the instruction are inside the package in the .pdf file "APN - BIOS programming using AFU rel1.1.pdf"

    however you can:
    - download the package: https://www.udoo.org/forum/threads/bios-beta-update-1-06rc04.30358/
    - extract where you want example desktop
    - go inside the "Bios" folder and copy the file called "C400RC04.106"
    - go inside the folder "Flash tools\Updater\Windows\64" and past the file
    - on the top bar of the Windows file explorer click on "File -> Open Windows Power Shell -> Open Windows Power Shell as administrator
    - type ".\bios_updater_x64.bat .\C400RC04.106" and press Enter

    Do NOT interrupt this process while is running.
    DO NOT POWER OFF the board while flashing.
    - Please use 19V Power Supply, not the USB-C power.
    - After flashing is complete, power off the board, disconnect and reconnect the power cable.
    - When you reconnect the power wait up to 3 minutes and a couple of reboots until you see the newer version of the firmware of Embedded Controller and USB-C Controller in the configuration screen.

    IMPORTANT: It takes a few restarts for the update to be completely installed, and there's no visual feedback on that yet. In the meantime, the system might be slower.


    Regards,
    Team UDOO
     

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    evaloverde Administrator Staff Member

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    How is copy pasting a post you're linking useful?
     
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    Tobias Tobler New Member

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    Hello Evaloverde

    because it helped me very well and understandable. because I didn't understand the PDF very well. so I thought. could be very helpful for other people. because it was written in detail.
     
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    Tobias Tobler New Member

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    or was it a bad idea to include a link?
     
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    evaloverde Administrator Staff Member

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    Thank you. I've written them, it's good to hear they're clear.

    If you click on the link you've included is going to direct you to a page with the same exact instructions. I'll delete this topic, because it's a copy/paste of what is in another discussion topic.

    Cheers.
     
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